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 MUST HEAR: The Life Of Brokenness by William MacDonald


William MacDonald ministers on the subject of brokenness. God has great purposes for broken people and cannot resist the humble. Broken things are honoured by the Word of God. God's ways are not mens ways. This is a challenging message on this vital subject for Christian living.

The Life Of Brokenness by William MacDonald

Feel free to share how this message impacted you or what stood out to you in the message.

SI Moderator - Greg Gordon

 2016/9/11 21:55Profile

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 Re: MUST HEAR: The Life Of Brokenness by William MacDonald

I listened to this while I was getting ready this morning and convicted me to a post to someone and edited out "my" opinion. In the end, it's not about my opinion or your, it's about Christ.

It's very good, he covers brokenness well and convincingly.


 2016/9/12 9:45Profile

 Re: MUST HEAR: The Life Of Brokenness by William MacDonald

God love you Greg.....i'm "in" the first 4 minutes of this dear saints message, recounting of how a young man prayed "break me", and it brought back remembrance of my "baby" days of being in Messiah Jesus.

my first burden was "revival" (that is how I found fire on the altar dot com, which led to you and Sermonindex, June 2002, ).....and the first revival I read the recounting of was Wales 1904, and that choice vessel, a 26 year old coal miner named Evan Roberts, who would pray and call out thru abject weeping , "Bend me Lord, Bend me"....and "Bend the Church", almost doubled over in weeping....and as was my nightly call, I would spend evenings in secret prayer...and in my UNKNOWING the Godly ramifications, with my whole heart soul body mind, I would pray "Bend me Lord".......I knew what that Godly concept meant....but I did not know what followed.

The LORD ....soon, showed me, as He BROKE me...REALLY broke joke, stripped me of everything, certainly not "fun", but a Godly imperative. Now again, The LORD is breaking me, not fun, BUT, as we have had the grievous occasion to witness certain recent "revivals" (emphasis the quote marks) with all the fleshly foolishness, I will not name names, but "gold dust", barking like dogs, or "drunk in the spirit", etc etc etc....where the onus is having a "whopping good time".

God have mercy on the helpless and harassed sheep of the Flock.

I have noticed, both from the past, and in my own little life....weeping and Godly grief are the initial Hallmarks of the Holy Spirit at work.

Since you blessed me with this message I will go back to in a moment, allow to bless you?....with a book I had bought many many years ago, "The Korean Pentecost and the Sufferings Which Followed"...originally written in 1910 about the revival in Pyongyang 1907, my copy was a 1977 reprint, which until last year was unattainable, rare...but Praise God!...some saints reprinted new copies, that are available at amazon for $2.95 (USD)there are 14 copies left, and I speak the truth in Christ, you (and the other saints at SI) will be blessed indeed by reading this heavenly testimony.

much love, my brother, in Jesus love, neil

 2016/9/12 10:44

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 Re: I listened to the message last night

It's edifying for sure and challenging.

My pastor and I were talking the other day and wondering if someone speaks ill about you or says untrue things about you why the natural tendency is to rise up and defend yourself. The other option is to respond in immediate love and forgive the person and leave your situtation and reputation to God. Wh defend yourself if God is defending you? I gues that is a form of brokenness. Among many things, The tape convicted me of always having to be right and seen. God dwells with the lowly and contrite spirit. From the tape - if God actively resists the proud He cannot resist the lowly and contrite spirit. God is drawn to this attitude of brokenness.

David Winter

 2016/9/13 7:48Profile

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